SAS Announces Nine New Routes for Summer 2024

SAS Announces Nine New Routes for Summer 2024
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Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has today announced nine new routes for the Summer 2024 period, as the carrier’s demand continues to grow.

This expansion now means the airline will fly to over 130 destinations in 40 different countries.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

SAS Announces Nine New Routes for Summer 2024…

SAS Announces Nine New Routes for Summer 2024
Photo Credit: James Field/AviationSource

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The nine new routes on the Summer 2024 schedule with SAS are as follows:

Copenhagen – TromsøWednesday and Saturday – Winter route extended to Summer
Copenhagen – SalzburgSaturday – Winter route extended to Summer
Copenhagen – GenoaSaturday
Copenhagen – Dalaman / Turquoise coastWednesday
Copenhagen – IbizaThursday
Oslo – GenevaMonday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday
Oslo – Tivat, MontenegroThursday
Bergen – LondonTuesday, Thursday, and Sunday

Erik Westman, Chief Revenue Officer at SAS had this to say on the new routes:

“In addition to seamless connectivity to major cities and capitals, our summer traffic program offers new holiday destinations like Ibiza, Genoa, and Tivat.”

“For those seeking familiar favorites, we’ve boosted capacity to destinations such as Malaga, Florence, Palma, and Alicante.”

“Our passengers can discover a multitude of inspiring options with SAS as they plan their upcoming summer adventures. We look forward to a busy summer and to welcoming our passengers on board”.

As the carrier continues it’s path out of financial adversity, this has worked very well if they are adding more routes to their route network.

It is expected for SAS that this will be their first full year of unlocking the potential that has been seen in previous years.

All eyes will be on how this goes for them.

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